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AdamskiLiveandirect

Label:MCA Records – MCL 1900
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno, House

Tracklist

A1N-R-G (Parts 1 & 2)3:08
A2I Dream Of You2:05
A3Tekno Krishna2:12
A4The Bassline Changed My Life2:49
A5In Your Face2:54
A6Magik Piano3:11
B1You. Me. House2:16
B2A Brand New World2:51
B3M253:17
B4I Love Technology (Part 1)2:42
B5Rap You In The Sound2:59
B6Into Orbit2:19
B7Love And Life2:38
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Credits

Notes

Special thanks to Tinley - the sampling champion of the universe, M.C. Daddychester, M.C. Ricardo, also special thanks to all the family, friends, ravers and organisers too numerous to mention.
Recorded live at various raves and clubs in the U.K. and Amnesia, Ibiza, Summer '89.
Trackname credits for A3, B4 and B5 differ within the sleeve and label, the label credits are listed here.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 011781 190014
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Etchings Side A): MCL 1900A-1U-1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Etchings Side B): MCL 1900B-1U-1-1

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Liveandirect (LP, Album)MCA Records2292-57131-1Europe1989
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Liveandirect (LP, Album)MCA RecordsMCG 6078UK1989
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Liveandirect (Cassette, Album)MCA RecordsMCGC 6078UK1989
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Liveandirect (LP, Album)MCA RecordsMCA 6403US1989
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Liveandirect (CD, Album)MCA Records, MCA Records2292-57131-2, 2292-57131-2 YSEurope1989

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Reviews

  • iheartdepechemode's avatar
    I’m surprised this has 4 stars. It’s sounds pretty good to me. Punchy strong bass, dynamic and clean. Classic house album, pick it up.
    • MrStocktonator's avatar
      This is where it ALL started for me. Just amazing.
      • junglebones's avatar
        junglebones
        Seen him at Beyond Therapy 1989 in one of those recordings for the album ....flash back every time its played, brilliant
        • epichouse2015's avatar
          Plenty of piano inspired house tunes on here, which was a surprise for me considering I only really knew him for Killer and a few more pop-orientated tunes. Not bad for 1989, and some of those hooks have since been lifted, or visa versa (Ratpack, GoSS, Mixmaster's 'Grand Piano' style)! As somebody who got into the scene a little bit later, I can't say it ages that well, but it is an interesting piece of musical history from that year.
          • djease's avatar
            djease
            I'm surprised this has only been rated as 4 stars by most. This LP was the first and still one of the relatively few "dance" albums to really stand out. Not just with the odd good tune but throughout.
            • Robbie_E's avatar
              Robbie_E
              Masterpiece. Need I say more ? OK: Classic.

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